Latest allegations against director Bryan Singer include boys as young as 13

January 23, 2019 - 11:49 am

LOS ANGELES (1010 WINS) -- There are sexual abuse allegations against film director Bryan Singer whose credits include Bohemian Rhapsody and X-Men.

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The Atlantic reports four men have come forward with complaints, including one who says Singer molested him two decades ago when he was 13.

One man, referred to as Eric, claims he was 17 when he went to Singer's home and had sex with him. A man called Andy in the report, says he was 15 when he had sex with Singer in Beverly Hills.

"Bryan knew I was 15," he said.

Singer would have been 31 at the time.

“He would stick his hands down your pants without your consent,” a man calling himself Ben told The Atlantic. “He was predatory in that he would ply people with alcohol and drugs and then have sex with them.”

The Atlantic notes that it spoke to over 50 sources for the story. An attorney for Singer denies the allegations.